Monday, April 16, 2012

New York Hot Baby Blue and Ulta Pinata-Yada-Yada make a jelly sandwich

And it was yummy!

It reminds me of Easter malted egg candies - oops. A little late. But I love it anyway. :)
I started with base coat, one coat of Barielle Hydrating Ridgefiller this time. Two coats of Hot Baby Blue. It's a very sheer/jelly, so I still had a visible nail line. Both of these dry fast, so it was easy to move quickly to the next coat. Then, I added one heavy layer of Pinata-Yada-Yada and finally another coat of Hot Baby Blue. I top coated with Nubar Diamont.

If you are lemming some of those hard to get independent brands with this look. This is an easy way to get the look. Plus, the removal is going to be much easier as you have less glitter on to contend with. You could always sandwich an extra layer of glitter between the first two coats of Hot Baby Blue if you wanted.

You could add some clear to China Glaze For Audrey or just about any color you like and create a jelly to use to get the same look. Confetti, Wet and Wild, and Milani also have similar glitters you can use.

Have you tried this? Will you try this? Please leave me a link in the comments if you have a picture.

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Hope to see you soon! 


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